[kley-vuh] /ˈkleɪ və/
German name of .
/ˈklɛtəʃuː/ noun (pl) kletterschuhe (ˈklɛtəˌʃuːə) 1. a lightweight climbing boot with a canvas or suede upper and Vibram (originally felt or cord) sole Also called klett
[klez-mer] /ˈklɛz mər/ noun, plural klezmorim [klez-muh-reem] /ˌklɛz məˈrim/ (Show IPA) 1. a Jewish folk musician traditionally performing in a small band. 2. Also, klezmer music. the type of music performed by such musicians. /ˈklɛzmə/ noun 1. a Jewish folk musician, usually a member of a small band 2. Also called klezmer music. the music […]
kind of arc lamp used as a studio light, 1921, from Bavarian-born U.S. engineers brothers Anton and John Kliegl, who invented it.
[klik] /klɪk/ noun, Slang. 1. 2 . [klik] /klɪk/ noun, Slang. 1. a kilometer. /klɪk/ noun 1. a short light often metallic sound 2. 3. (phonetics) any of various stop consonants, found in Khoisan and as borrowings in southern Bantu languages, that are produced by the suction of air into the mouth 4. (US & […]